Some good news for Leo Vegas Casino at the start of this week, after attracting much criticism from the Guardian and others last week, with the news that the popular online casino has signed a deal with Playson to feature their games.
Playson are a Malta based online casino software developer who currently provides games and content to hundreds of iGaming operators. The deal with Leo Vegas will now see their games and content being featured on their mobile, tablet and desktop casino offerings.
Customers at LeoVegas will see popular titles such as Book of Gold: Double Chance, Mighty Africa and Wild Warriors, as well as Playson’s flagship collection Timeless Fruit Slots, including Sevens & Fruits, 40 Joker Staxx and Super Burning Wins made available on their favourite page.
The provider’s games come packed with a range of thrilling promotional tools including tournaments, jackpots, unique feature triggers and free spins. Its games have also been certified for launch in markets such as the UK, Malta, Spain, Italy and Sweden.
Playson has built a reputation for designing and developing visually striking slots that also deliver a superior player experience through smart math and cutting-edge mechanics. All of its games have been built with a mobile-first approach.
The LeoVegas integration was undertaken via the industry leading Relax Gaming platform, and the first Playson games were made available to players from 25th April.
Ivan Farrugia, Managing Director at Playson, said:“Working with LeoVegas is an astounding achievement for Playson team. It is an opportunity to showcase our games across a wide market segment and we are excited to meet the challenge on our best foot.”
With offices in Malta, Ukraine, UK and Greece and employing over 250, Playson have in excess of 50 games in their portfolio. With the company providing operators such as VideoSlots, Marathon Bet and the Betsson Group with content.